Entries tagged with ‘Commission Gustavus 150’

Commission Gustavus 150 Update

The 439 Commission Gustavus 150 recommendations created by the eight Task Forces have been reviewed, with similar recommendations merged. This resulted in 385 recommendations being grouped into seven substantive categories. The level of importance gathered about these recommendations from faculty, administrators, staff, students, alumni, and other Commission participants was attached to each recommendation. At a […]

Commission Gustavus 150 Deadline Extended

Thank you to the many people who have already reviewed and filled out the Commission Gustavus 150 recommendations survey.  So that you may have more time to provide your feedback on the 439 recommendations categorized under the eight Commission Gustavus 150 Task Forces, the survey deadline has been extended from June 1 to June 15. […]

Commission Gustavus 150 Summit Meetings

Recently posted to the Commission website CommissionGustavus150.org is a summary of the common issues and “big ideas” discussed at the first nine National Summit meetings regarding the College’s five core values (Excellence, Faith, Justice, Service, Community). The participants were asked how the College might ensure that the core values would be lived out in the […]

Commission Gustavus 150 Update

There has been a focused energy around Commission Gustavus 150 since it was launched in October 2008. The eight Task Forces are moving through a process to formulate recommendations for action and funding, which will be prioritized by the Board of Trustees in August. President Ohle is also traveling the country holding 16 National Summit […]

Commission Gustavus 150

Gustavus Board of Trustees Chair James H. Gale ’83 has announced Commission Gustavus 150, a major initiative to chart the College’s future and plan for its Sesquicentennial in 2012. Commission Gustavus 150 will engage all College’s constituents in integrating and expanding the College’s Strategic Plan and making recommendations for the College’s future advancement. The Commission […]